- Global equity markets swell to a record $66 trillion on signals from central bankers that low-rates are the status quo. Investors look past mounting geopolitical risks
- If retirement benefits are your primary goal, consider working for an oil company, a law firm, or become an airline pilot. It helps to work someplace where the average salaries are high ... and here are the 10 industries with the best 401(k) plans
- The yield on Germany's 10-year bund has never been lower, and it is fading fast. Europe's relentless inflation decline. Yield-free risk
- Australia is becoming the new high-yield bandwagon for wealthy investors. Demand and supply. $1.4B worth of junk debt issued over the last 18 months, versus zero two years ago
- Listen up, bosses, here are some simple ways to avoid undervaluing your employee. Common sense can go a long way
Investment Insights: The Blogblog
Jeff Benjamin breaks down the game for advisers and clients.
Central bankers are pushing the whole world into stocks
Plus: Where to work if you want a big fat 401(k); the German bund flirts with a negative yield; Australia becomes the new junk-bond haven; and how not to be a horrible boss
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